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Plastic optical fibre (POF) cables are known for their flexibility, low cost, and ease of installation. They are primarily used for short, low-speed data communications and illumination and are made of light-conducting plastics, polymers, and acrylics.
Because it is constructed of an insulating substance, plastic optical fibre does not conduct electricity. This makes it immune to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and keeps connected equipment electrically separated, enabling it to be used in combustible or explosive settings. Due to this, it is ideal for usage in industrial settings like machine control.
The fibre inside POF cables is nevertheless shielded from the elements by an outer jacket. Different materials and jacket thicknesses may be preferred depending on the application for the fibre.
The Global POF Duplex Connector market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A Versatile Link Duplex Friction-Style fibre optic connector for industrial applications, the L-com FOCOVLDFOW-1.0X2.2 series features Flame-Retardant VALOX material and a wide temperature range between -40C and 85C.
For fixed installation in ducts and closed installation channels, utilise HITRONIC POF DUPLEX PE. It can be utilised in severe and greasy situations, as well as dry and wet ones.
Due to the PE outer sheath, it is suitable for high mechanical stress. Acidic and alkaline liquids are extremely resistant to the PE outer coating.
Additionally, Inside the cable, there are no non-metallic materials that produce electromagnetic interference, and the product is halogen-free so that a fire won’t produce any dangerous fumes.
Simplex and duplex fibre optic connectors from Broadcom are reasonably priced for polymer optical fibre and work with any transmitters and receivers from the versatile link series.
Crimping is unnecessary because of the straightforward latching and non-latching, snap-together design of these fibre optic connectors.
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